Trey Lance is an American football quarterback who played college football at North Dakota State. As a redshirt freshman in 2019, Lance won the Walter Payton Award and Jerry Rice Award and was named the most valuable player of the 2020 NCAA Division I Football Championship Game. He holds the NCAA record for most passes thrown in a season without an interception, doing so with 287 in 2019.
|College||North Dakota State (2018–2020)|
|Bowl games||2020 NCAA Division I Football Championship Game (MVP)|
|High school||Marshall Senior (Minnesota)|
|Date of birth||May 9, 2000|
|Place of birth||Marshall, Minnesota|
Quarterback who won the Jerry Rice Award as the top NCAA FCS player in the U.S. following his redshirt freshman year for the North Dakota State University Bison in 2019-2020. He was also named the Walter Payton Award winner before becoming a top QB prospect for the 2021 NFL Draft.
As a high school prospect, he was offered scholarships from NCAA FBS Power Five programs to play positions outside of quarterback. He committed to play for North Dakota State in December 2017.
He set the then-NCAA record for most passes thrown in a season without an interception as a redshirt freshman for the North Dakota State Bison in 2019-2020. He was also named the 2020 NCAA Division I Football Championship Game's most outstanding player.
His parents' names are Carlton and Angie. He has a younger brother named Bryce.
He followed in the footsteps of Carson Wentz as a star quarterback for the North Dakota State Bison.
- North Dakota State Bison football players
- Players of American football from Minnesota
Latest information about Trey Lance updated on June 14 2021.